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Indian cinema is not realistic: Irrfan Khan

Jaipur, January 18, 2014 Irrfan‘s fascination with kites has remained intact all his life (Photo Credit: Natasha Hemrajani) Actor Irrfan feels Bollywood is not the reflection of a cinema which is connected to reality. “Indian cinema is far from reality…. Continue Reading →

#RIP – Farooq Sheikh, Aam Admi of Indian cinema, no more

Avijit Ghosh,TNN | Dec 29, 2013, Veteran actor Farooq Sheikh dies due to heart attack Loading NEW DELHI: Admired for his natural and nuanced style of acting and adored for his sensitive eyes and boyish, middle-class charm that made women go weak… Continue Reading →

Remembering musical soul Mohd. Rafi on his 89th Birthday

Mohammad Rafi Mohammad Rafi, one of the greatest singers of Hindi cinema, celebrated his birthday every year on December 24.  The singing legend is not present physically in this world but still he is very much alive through his unforgettable… Continue Reading →

Open letter to Priyanka Chopra on #NDTV – #Vedanta- Our Girls Our Pride Campaign #Vaw

Dear Priyanka  Chopra, At the outset, I would like to say that I am a fan, and applaud your choices of multi-faceted roles, often going against the tide of Indian cinema ,you have carved your own niche. To the fraternity and… Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Anurag Kashyap and his 12.12.12 project. #kractivism

121212 LATEST UPDATE CLICK HERE IMPACT OF POSTING THIS LETTER HERE, MESSAGE FROM THE FILMMAKER– ‘KRACKTIVISM” ( Within 3 hours after putting this post- picture abhi baak hai dost :-P) “Shilpa has been refunded the expenses she incurred on making… Continue Reading →

Fearless Nadia Hunterwali, once more #Sundayreading #cinema

India may have forgotten Mary Ann Evans, but the world is heaping praises on her. As Australia, her birth country, pays a tribute to India’s original stunt queen, Saadia S Dhailey ruminates on the life and times of Fearless Nadia… Continue Reading →

When going to the Movies was an art #Sundayreading #cinema

When going to the movies was an art As Regal cinema enters its 80th year, here’s a look at the ‘theatre of firsts’ Yoshita Sengupta , Mumbai Mirror , Oct 27, 2012 It was a regular school day back in… Continue Reading →

#Yash Chopra: Such legends come Kabhi Kabhie #RIP

Avijit Ghosh, TNN | Oct 22, 2012, Yash Chopra‘s grand theme was love and it was seldom a simple affair. But his films were popular because they could be watched across generations. Till 1973, Yash Chopra had been working under the banner of his… Continue Reading →

The Loneliest King of Romance In Indian Cinema- Rajesh Khanna- #Sunday Reading

The Loneliest Superstar Ever From the dizzying heights of stardom to the depths of despair, the Rajesh Khanna story is unsurpassable BY Shaikh Ayaz EMAIL AUTHOR(S), Open Magazine Tagged Under | superstar | Rajesh Khanna | lonely Supernova Stuck in a… Continue Reading →

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